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Stantec To Acquire WilsonMiller

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Design firm Stantec Inc., headquartered in Edmondton, Alberta, Canada, announced on July 20 that it has signed a letter of intent to acquire Naples, Fla.-based WilsonMiller Inc., a planning, design and engineering company that has more than 265 employees in 10 offices throughout the state. This year, Stantec ranked No. 24 on the ENR Top Global Design Firms list, with worldwide design revenue in 2009 of $1.29 billion. WilsonMiller ranked No. 318 on the ENR Top 500 Design Firms list, with a reported 2009 design revenue of $33.8 million. Since 2006, Stantec has maintained a small presence in Florida; however, the addition of WilsonMiller will enhance greatly Stantec’s presence in the state’s environment, geotechnical engineering, urban land and transportation practices. The transaction is expected to be completed by the end of July.

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